THE ACADEMY – Upcoming modules for 2022



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Upcoming modules

Hormones (Thyroid, Adrenal, Estrogen/Testosterone/Progesterone and the Rest)
Friday 24nd and Saturday 25th June 2022, Wesley Hotel (Euston, London)
£425 for the module (2 days + course materials) 10-6pm each day

– The actual physiology behind ‘adrenal fatigue’ and how to support both HPA Axis balance and intra-adrenal metabolism
– Outlines testing options, identifying benefits/limitations to available lab tests and screening processes to restore optimal output
– The importance of estrogen receptors and how this demystifies the conflicting role of estrogen
– How the thyroid metabolism can be understood via the Deiodinase System and therapeutic options to work with this system.

Structuring A Treatment Plan
August 2022, London, exact dates TBC
£425 for the module (2 days + course materials) 10-6pm each day The ‘core’ module – how to turn your knowledge into results Identifies the most useful tests before the initial consultation, how to use the Organic Acids test to stratify the individuals you are working with, how to decide on a treatment order and settings expectations A how-to and when-to guide on referring to other practitioners and ordering lab tests Applications for this module will open in June 2022.
October 2022, London, exact dates TBC
£425 for the module (2 days + course materials) 10-6pm each day Covers the role of the central nervous system in health and illness, and the impact of inflammation and circualtion Highlights the various ways that digestive issues result in symptoms in both the gut and across the body, with system to identify and eliminate these issues at the source A how-to and when-to guide for selection of dietary and supplement interventions, with specific focus on elimination diets, dysbiosis, neurotransmitter modulation and conditions in the CNS Applications for this module will open in August 2022.
Immune System and Methylation
December 2022, London, Exact dates TBC
£425 for the module (2 days + course materials) 10-6pm each day Covers the basics of immune function, the methylation cycle and related pathways Models the immune effects of the ‘Big Four’ inflammatory mediators (oxalates, lectins, dysbiosis and biotoxins) A how-to and when-to guide for selection of dietary and supplement interventions, with specific focus on Methylfolate, B12, Glutathione, Butyric Acid, Vitamin A/D, and Steroid Hormones Applications for this module will open in October 2022.

Money back guarantee

After many years of requests, I decided to put together the Academy in 2015 but it still took two years to put this course together in a format that I was happy with. It launched in 2017, the fruit of many evenings of Pubmed research, constant upgrades to the protocols and, of course, relentless statistical analysis of client responses. My desire was that the course achieved three key goals:

– in each area, provide a clear breakdown of the current ‘standard of care’ for both mainstream and alternative healthcare, outline the rational behind these approaches (should it exist) and identify the limitations

– compare this to what the scientific literature says and what can be deduced from the data I have assembled from the thousands of test results and real-life responses

– arrive at clear conclusions in a dogma-free fashion and translate these into real-world solutions… less “who’s approach is right” and more “when is a certain approach right”

I do not believe you will find another course that achieves all these aims and is as practical, as well-researched and as interesting. However, if you disagree with me after the first day of the course (after 7 hours of engaging), you are free to take leave and I will refund all of your money paid. No quibbles.

More information on the Academy

Why did I set it up?

The Academy was set up to increase the public’s access to this form of data-driven, personalised nutritional support. As of April 2017, I only have capacity to see 40% of individuals that inquire about an appointment. This means more than 30 people per month are left without access to this approach and that is not acceptable.

There is a clear demand for more knowledge in this area; an area that marries both personalized nutrition and data-driven outcomes.  I will therefore share as much knowledge as humanly possible in each module. This is knowledge that I have accumulated through relentless research and constant upgrades over 16 years, 3,000 clients and over 11,000 test results.


These courses are about knowledge. I have not applied to the any regulatory councils for accreditation of this course and have no plans to do so right now. If such an option exists whereby I can register this course without compromising the content, I will proceed with this. However, I will not compromise the course material under any circumstances.

Course Logistics: Location and Format 

All modules will be delivered in small groups in Central London. The exact facility will be confirmed well in advance of the course dates to assist in hotel bookings, etc.

The format will see each module run over over two days (a Friday and Saturday, 10-6pm).


There are no official requirements, but I do need to ensure that all attendees will some base of knowledge. We have a lot of complex things to get through in a short space of time.

Most candidates will be working in health already and have some grounding in anatomy and physiology. However, those with enthusiasm and research behind them (“biohackers”) will also be likely to benefit.


A module costs £425 and covers attendance and course documents.


To secure your place on a course, please email me on using “Academy Application” as the title. Then provide information as to your level of knowledge or profession experience, etc. If I think you would benefit from attending, I will email you back and hand you over to my assistant Sue to complete booking.

Places will be confirmed on the basis of a £150 deposit, although full payment is requested before the starting date of the course.